Friday, January 23, 2009

CFZ Michigan

I found myself very pleasantly surprised recently,and would love to share the news with you all.

I was asked, by my dear friend Nick Redfern, to join the CFZ's 'Cryptosquad' and be the representative for Michigan.
I am both humbled and honored to be in the company of such talented researchers. I of course said yes.
This is such an amazing and wonderful opportunity for me and I will take great pride in doing the work set out before me.
You can learn more about the squad by clicking here:
The Crypto Squad
Also,there is a banner right here on my page now that goes to the Center for Fortean Zoology,so please feel free to check that out as well.

I am already delving into research for this amazing endeavor and having alot of fun doing it.
Stay tuned for more info!

Thanks again to Nick Redfern for his invitation. I am truly honored.

Your Mistress of the Mysterious,
Raven Moonshadow


  1. Wish you and the CryptoSquad lots of success, Raven!!!
    Happy Hunting in Michigan!!!

  2. Thank you cryptids!
    Im sure its going to be a huge opportunity for me to learn and grow in this field.
    Im really excited!

    Blessings to you.
    And thank you for posting.

  3. Thank you Migi!
    Appreciate you stopping by to comment.
    Hope all is well at the gym!



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